9ct bloodstone locket fob
A early twentieth century traditional bloodstone 9ct pendant locket. This locket opens at the back where two small circular images can be kept as a small hidden treasure.
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9ct gold. Assayed in Birmingham 1912.
The locket measures 21mm in diameter with the top of the jump ring making it a total of 31.5mm tall.
This fob was part of a collection of eleven fobs attached to a bracelet as charms. Traditionally these were worn attached to a watch chain and relatively free from being knocked and damaged. However, being worn as part of a large collection on a bracelet, they have seen more wear than normal. As such there is some damage which can be easily seen in the images upon inspection. We have priced accordingly and their unique features have been taken into account.